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Boycott Nabisco Products

Don't be a scab, find out which products you should avoid during the Nabisco strike

Brian Young's picture
Aug 20, 2021

UPDATE: A tentative agreement has been reached on September 15th.

Click here to send a video to the striking Nabisco workers letting them know that you support their strike.

Starting on August 10th, workers at Nabisco plants across the country have been out on strike. As UCOMM previously reported the company is trying to force workers into non-traditional schedules that eliminate overtime pay for work on Saturday and Sunday. The company is also closing plants to send the jobs to either Mexico or a non-union facility in Ohio.

Since Nabisco workers are on strike, it is important to support these brave men and women. Unlike a strike at Verizon or at a store, it is unlikely that most Americans will be in a situation where they can cross a picket line. However, you can still help by refusing to buy Nabisco products. This effort recently got the support of Hollywood actor Danny DeVito who tweeted “Support Nabisco workers striking for humane working hours, fair pay, outsourcing jobs. NO CONTRACTS NO SNACKS.”

The tweet also appears to have temporarily cost DeVito his checkmark which indicates that he has an official verified account, although it appears to have been restored after it went trending on Twitter.

The boycott of Nabisco products is also supported by the workers at the plant.

With a strike at a major company like Nabisco, it can be hard to figure out what products are made at these factories, and which should be boycotted until the strike is over, so UCOMM decided to put together a list of Nabisco products to avoid until a new collective bargaining agreement is reached or the strike is settled.

Nabisco Products include:

  • Belvita
  • Better Cheddars
  • Cameo
  • Captain’s Table
  • Cheese-Nips
  • Chips Ahoy!
  • Chicken in a Biskit
  • Chocolate Wafers
  • Club Social
  • Corn Diggers
  • Doo Dads
  • Fig Newtons
  • Frollini de Oro Saiwa
  • Giggles
  • Good Thins
  • HeyDay Cookie Bard
  • Honey Main
  • Hony Bran
  • In a Biskit
  • Kool Stuf
  • Kraker Bran
  • Lorna Doone
  • Mallomars
  • Mister Salty Pretzels
  • Nabisco Classics
  • Nilla
  • Nutter Butter
  • Orchard Crisps
  • Oreo
  • Oro Saiwa
  • Pecanz
  • Pirate
  • Potato Chipsters
  • Premium Plus
  • Premium Saltines
  • Rice Thins
  • Ritz Crackers
  • Royal gelatin Dessert
  • Royal Lunch
  • Sea Rounds
  • Shredded Wheat
  • Social Tea
  • Sports
  • Sugar Rings
  • Team Flakes
  • Teddy Grahams
  • Thinsations
  • Toasted Chips
  • Toastettes
  • Triscut
  • Twigs
  • Uneeda Biscuit
  • Urra Saiwa
  • Wheat Squares
  • Wheat Thins
  • Zu Zu Ginger Snaps
  • Zwieback Toast

Additionally, the following brands are owned by Nabisco’s parent company Mondelez. It might be a good idea to refrain from these products as well until the strike is over. Mondelez brands include:

  • 5 Star
  • Alpen Gold
  • Barni
  • Belvita
  • Bournvita
  • Cadbury
  • Cadbury Dairy Milk
  • Clorets
  • Club Social
  • Cote D’or
  • Enjoy Life Foods
  • Freia
  • Halls
  • Hu
  • Kinh Do
  • Lacta
  • Lu
  • Marabou
  • Maynards Bassett’s
  • Mila
  • Perfect Snacks
  • Philadelphia
  • Prince
  • Royal
  • Sour Patch Kids
  • Stride
  • Tang
  • Tate’s Bake Shop
  • Tiger
  • Toblerone
  • Trident
  • Triscuit
  • Tuc

The union representing Nabisco workers, BCTGM, has also asked all consumers to check the label of Nabisco products. Since some products, especially Oreos, are made in Mexico, they are asking consumers to make sure the ones that you buy are made in the United States by union labor. Below is a graphic to show you how to check the label.

So don’t be a scab and use your purchasing power to let Nabisco and Mondelez know that you are not happy with their anti-union and anti-worker policies.

You can also click here to send a video to the striking Nabisco workers letting them know that you support their strike.

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